computer as state machine
"Computing machinery and intelligence",
Mind, 59, pp. 433-460, 1950.
reprinted p.11-35 in Feigenbaum, E.A. and J. Feldman (ed) Computers and Thought, Malabar, Florida: Robert E. Krieger Publishing (1963).
|11 ;;Quote: in the Turing test, an interrogator tries to distinguish a man/computer from a woman|
|17 ;;Quote: discrete state machines move from state to state; don't really exist but still a useful abstraction|
|19 ;;Quote: by the year 2000, computers with a gigabyte of memory will play the Turing test well; they will think|
|19 ;;Quote: scientists use conjectures as well as well-established facts
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